Grateful Dead Live at RFK Stadium on 1973-06-10
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- Grateful Dead
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Beat It On Down The Line
Ramble On Rose
Wave That Flag
Looks Like Rain
Box Of Rain
They Love Each Other
The Race Is On
Playing In The Band
Eyes Of The World ->
Here Comes Sunshine
Around And Around
Dark Star ->
He's Gone ->
Wharf Rat ->
It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry
That's All Right, Mama
The Promised Land
Not Fade Away ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away
Johnny B. Goode
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|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Wave That Flag|
|Looks Like Rain|
|Box Of Rain|
|They Love Each Other|
|The Race Is On|
|Playing In The Band|
|Here Comes Sunshine|
|Around And Around|
|Dark Star ->|
|He's Gone ->|
|Wharf Rat ->|
|It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry|
|That's All Right, Mama|
|The Promised Land|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|Not Fade Away|
|Johnny B. Goode|
(FOB) Unknown Mics -> Master Cassette -> Reel -> Korg MR-1000 supplies:
Eyes Of The World (6:54 - 6:56)
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- This is a fixed version of shnid=89640
-- Cleaned up many flaws and fixed the levels
-- It may not be perfect, but it's a lot better
-- Patch source recorded by Bill Gadsden
-- Patch source transferred by Charlie Miller and Neil Sturtevant
- 2008-04-01 23:44:28
- CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.01 -> FLAC
- Washington, DC
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- RFK Stadium
Subject: This is the best fucking show ever
He’s gone —> Wharf Rat ?! Need I say more??
So sweet so good
Best Bird Song in fucking history
I love this show so much
A lot to Laugh Train to Cry + That’s All Right Mama, fucking JGB staples back to back but with that BURNIN early 70s energy of the dead?? Fucking incredible
You hear how patient and restrained Jerry is on his Not Fade solo? This show is so fucking amazing
Eternal gratitude to all who put effort into getting this incredible sounding soundboard recording up for all to hear
Subject: Sweet Memories!
I'm a big fan of Birdsong, largely for the jams they did within it, and this one is the longest I know of...beautifully rendered. PITB follows to end the first set, and by this time it was completely dark...and we all got a mind-blowing surprise. Right when the final bars of Playin' started, the refrain, someone in the sound booth out in the audience set off some major fireworks. So, during the final chords of the song, we get this visual extravaganza, everybody with their heads tilted back, gazing up in major euphoria.
Even though a bit of the magic from how extremely tight they were is lost in these recordings, it's still a great stream, especially Charlie's transfer. Buy yourself a really good desktop stereo if you haven't already, and enjoy!
Subject: 45th anniversary!
Subject: Great Show
And I guess that is Dickey Betts on the 3rd set?
Subject: Very tasty,
Subject: A ribbon for your hair
The Climax of the song is beautiful.
Subject: 40 Year Flashback
My first Dead show June 9th & 10th, 1973....
My first LSD trip....
God Bless Charlie Miller, Kelton Burgess (who told me about this) and the Archive. I'm spending the exact 40th anniversary re-experiencing this mega concert.....
Nobody will ever convince me there was ever a better show, even if there is...including the numerous mistakes...
We got there after the music started the first day....I really wanted to hear Doug Sahm and I've never been able to confirm that he did or did not appear....the reviewer from Rolling Stone (whom I suspect spent the day at the hotel) says that Sahm opened Saturday and Wet Willie opened Sunday (RS gave the prize to Wet Willie but made no mention of the next sentence)...my memory was Wet Willie both days and a stunning, show-stopper the first day from a new band from Spartanburg,SC: The Marshall Tucker Band. Laugh all you want, dear DeadHeads, then listen to MTB's CD "Way Out West" from Sept. 26, 1973 at SF Winterland, especially " Everyday I Sing the Blues"...Bands just don't crank this hard anymore, period.....Jerry proves conclusively that all true rock n roll guitar playing starts and ends with Chuck Berry.....Any way thanks to Charlie Miller and Kelton Burgess...and everybody at Archive...40 year Flashback!!!!!!!
Subject: Good set, yes - but '73 being their best year ever, no
when they were on, they were really on.
likewise, when they were off, they were really off.
never did care much for the race is on - round and round and johnny be good are okay, but i'll take chuck berry any day of the week.
otherwise they were right on the button. el paso and big river are up there with johnny cash and marty robbins.
Subject: This one is epic!
One of the things which make ´73 stand out, even by Dead standards, is that the jazz-influence was much more pronounced in that year than in any other era in the band´s history. Just listen to this concert´s ´Dark Star´ and you´ll know what I mean.
Subject: in another time, another place
Subject: thank you